Learn more about research/creative activities at SDSU

Arts Alive SDSU - ongoing.  This program provides opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to engage in transformational arts interactions as part of an arts-rich, robust educational community on the campus of San Diego State University.

SDSU Research Foundation has an upcoming Principal Investigator Lecture

Dr. Natalie Mladenov
“Degradation and Tracking of Contaminants in Natural and Engineered Water Systems”
Date: Thursday, May 10th, 2018
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.*
* If you would like to attend please click here:  RSVP 

 

Past events:

BeHIP Expo and Conference - January 29 - February 3, 2018. This event offers information and activities designed to introduce and promote High Impact Practices (such as undergraduate research/creative activity) to SDSU students.

Student Research Symposium - March 2-3, 2018.  This event is a showcase of over 500 student projects from a broad array of disciplines.  Students who are not presenting are encouraged to attend to learn more options that are available on campus.  The President's Award winners will go on to represent SDSU in the CSU-wide competition.

Workshop for Sally Casanova Scholarship - Wednesday, April 4, 11-12pm, Love Library (LL) 431.  The California Sally Casanova Pre-doctoral Scholarship is designed to increase diversity within the pool of university faculty by supporting the doctoral aspirations of students in the CSU who have experienced economic and educational disadvantages. Juniors, seniors, and graduate students with at least one academic semester remaining in the following school year are recommended to apply. Students will receive $3,000 for travel and development funds as well as a fully funded summer research experience at any U.S. research university.  Register here for the event.

Workshop: How to get involved in research - co-sponsored by the Associated Students ad hoc committee for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities and the new College of Sciences Student Success Center, this workshop will feature a panel of students offering advice on how to get involved in research.  Wednesday, April 18th,  5:30pm-7:30pm
Location: GMCS 333

Storytelling for Science workshop is a student success fee-funded workshop (attendance is free for students and faculty) related to science communication skills, hosted by a professional public speaking and storytelling consultant. We're calling it Storytelling for Science. Attendance is capped at 50, and students are required to pre-register

Friday, April 13, 2018
10:00 AM 4:00 PM
Location: SDSU Scripps Cottage